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MBA without work experience [#permalink]
05 Oct 2012, 16:54
I complete my graduation in engineering a couple of months ago. And I absolutely detest coding. So I started working on my GMAT since 2 months. I was very much interested in Finance and was looking forward to applying for MS in Finance course in US but considering the economy, I think Finance is probably the last career option you should chose. And considering how specific MS in Fin course is, I will have already narrowed down my job opportunities.
So, basically these are my options: 1) MBA without work experience 2) Masters in Management 3) Masters in Finance
I know some of you may suggest I work for a while and then apply... But I am a software engineer who barely managed in 4 years of graduation. I doubt anyone will offer me a job, and even if someone does offer me a job I don't think I will be able to survive in it.
So, what do you suggest that I should do? Where will the Job prospects be good?